CURIE Academy, July 2020 – For the second year in a row, Professor El-Ghazaly taught the ECE Field lecture in the summer CURIE academy for high school students interested in engineering. Due to limitations imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the young women attended the week-long program virtually. Via Zoom, they learned about the different types of engineering and did more in-depth activities related to the field of Operations Research and Information Engineering. More information about the CURIE Academy can be found here.

Global Women’s Breakfast, February 12, 2020 – Professor El-Ghazaly served on the panel for Clarkson University’s Global Women’s Breakfast. The breakfast brought together over 150 middle school and high school female students from the nearby regions in New York state as an effort to encourage the participation of women in science and engineering. More about IUPAC’s Global Women’s Breakfast program can be found here.

Several women panelists standing together, including Professor El-Ghazaly

 

Magnetism Fair, December 7, 2019 – students in Professor El-Ghazaly’s ECE 5970 – Applied Magnetism class demonstrated their course projects to visiting high school students from the local Ithaca area. The projects were designed to either explain how magnetism is used in daily life or to explain a nanoscale magnetic phenomenon with a large scale prototype. An article about the magnetism fair can be found here.

Graduate students sharing their projects with other students and visiting high school students

 

CURIE Academy, July 2019 – Professor El-Ghazaly taught the ECE Field lecture in the summer CURIE academy for high school students interested in engineering. The young women were at Cornell for a week-long program, learning about the different types of engineering and doing in-depth activities related to one of the engineering fields. More information about the CURIE Academy can be found here.

 

See Professor El-Ghazaly’s prior outreach involvement here.